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A yard sign speaks to the feelings that many community members have against short-term vacation rentals. The house we loved on Olivetas was sold this year, so we rented on Sea Lane. On entering the house and opening the blinds, we were saddened to see a prominent sign (brought down by a storm) facing our windows: “Neighbors, not renters, make neighborhoods.” We do know our neighbors in Beach Barber: Larry, who took in my husband’s golf clubs when they arrived before we did; Ginny, who brought bubbles for our youngest granddaughter; and Judy, who always drops around a jar of flowers and herbs from her garden. We are happy to add about $30,000 each year to La Jolla’s economy by car and house rental, theater and concert tickets, restaurants, golf fees and shopping. Many “locals” do not live here and do not support the local economy. Many of the houses on Sea Lane and elsewhere have been deserted the majority of the time we have been here. Before renters are considered unwelcome, reflect on who supports La Jolla. A more realistic sign would read “Occupied houses make neighborhoods, not absent owners.” We will not be returning to Sea Lane next year. Monetizing San Diego communities is wrong Letter writer Keith Behner warns of harmful effects of weakening or eliminating single-family zoning restrictions. Regarding proposed state legislation that would effectively eliminate single-family zoning restrictions in California to encourage construction of more housing: San Diego, welcome to Houston, where there’s no zoning and everyone gets to do pretty much what they please. The historic concept of single-family residential neighborhoods in San Diego has been incrementally weakened and monetized by gutting the zoning that has protected such family neighborhoods for decades. To date, this all-out assault on single-family neighborhoods has been achieved by allowing so-called granny flats, sometimes multiple ones on individual lots, and permitting a plethora of at yahoo vacation rentals previously prohibited. But even all those encroachments, at the expense of neighborhood quality of life, aren’t enough to satisfy the greed of developers, vacation-rental interests, non-occupant property owners and some people wanting to monetize their neighborhoods at the expense of their neighbors. The coup de grace for single-family residential neighborhoods is rapidly approaching in the form of a landslide of state legislation that will be foisted on us by Sacramento, sadly with the active help and support of most of our state and local elected representatives. Sacramento is where the vested interests and their lobbyists, awash in dollars, control the agenda and those who set it. So much of this has been done without local input or adequate notice. Get set to see as many as four units on single-family lots in addition to vacationers in vacation rentals and granny flat renters.

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